the e-Assessment Association

Welcome to The e-Assessment Association

The e-Assessment Association (eAA) is a not-for-profit membership body with three major goals.

  1. To provide professional support and facilitate debate/ discussion for everyone involved in this field of expertise;
  2. To create and communicate the positive contributions that technology makes to all forms of assessment and;
  3. To develop statements of good practice for suppliers and consumers of e-Assessment technologies. 

The eAA builds awareness of the benefits that technology brings to assessment, particularly around delivering better learning and assessment, rather than just greater efficiency. 

The eAA also works to ensure that it has a strong voice and influence in the key policy debates involving the assessment of learning, training and competency.


Latest Blogs, Features and Updates

June 29 2018

“Most” lost exams English training institute Anglia found

Published by By: ANP / on 27 June 2018. PostNL has recovered most of the more than 4,000 English exams from the English-language educational institute Anglia. They turned out to be in an international...

June 20 2018

Phillip John, Executive Chair SCHOLAR and eAA Board Member, in Queen’s birthday honours list

Phillip John OBE, BSc, PhD, DSc is Professor of Chemistry and former Senior Dean at Heriot-Watt University. He has over 180 research publications, managed over fifty research grants, supervised over thirty PhD students...

June 15 2018

RM Results secures new e-marking project with the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board

In March 2018, RM Results signed a 32 month contract with the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board (SEAB) to deliver their new Integrated Digitisation of Scripts and Electronic Marking System (iDSEM). This new...

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